A trio of Anglias, arguably three of the finest examples of their type in the world, are due to go under the hammer at the forthcoming Walter Hayes Sale hosted by Silverstone Auctions on November 4, 2011.
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Classic Ford reader, Darren ‘Smiffy’ Smith has had his 270 bhp Cossie-powered Mk1 Escort stolen.
Sandra Mitchell has had her beloved Ford Anglia (a 1966 Deluxe model, registration OJH 480D, chassis no. BB22FY20641, Purbeck Grey with a white roof and red interior) stolen from a locked garage in Wokingham.
We’ve had a few issues with the forum recently, which have prevented anyone from registering. Well, the internet experts have been in, had a look and we’re pleased to say, have fixed the problem.
What started out as a 30th birthday present to himself, has now become a regular fixture on the Ford track day calendar for Rich ‘Trig’ Bishop. Organised through the popular Turbosport forum, this is the third track day at Castle Combe racing circuit Rich has hosted this year, and they’ve all seen a cracking turnout [...]
Classic Fords make the best track cars – FACT! Here’s a selection from the recent Scottish Speedfair & Classic Festival at Knockhill. Thanks to reader, Robert Grant from four50photoGRAPHY for the cracking images.
Check out this run of pics from the recent Ford Corsair Owners’ Club National Rally – there’s some cracking examples here. Many thanks to Paul Watts from the club for the images.
Ford GB celebrated it’s 100th birthday at the Dunton technical centre last weekend. Mk2 Granada owner, Rich Carver aka Limey on the Classic Ford Forum was there as part of the celebrations — check out his thread with truckloads of pics here.
The internet’s great for unearthing the unusual, and blog sites are even greater for refining that content – take Loxlee Loves Engines for example, which describes itself as featuring ‘retro cars, bikes, vans trucks and anything else with an engine – be it old-school or new’.
We headed over to Prescott Hillclimb yesterday for the Retro Rides Gathering. It’s the first time this ever-growing event took place at the world-famous hillclimb venue, and the location helped make it one of our favourite shows of the year so far!
It’s the weekend! Here’s what’s on in the UK if you need some Blue Ovalness in your life.
Classic Ford’s ace Irish photographer, Paddy McGrath came over for Ford Fair, and has posted up some truly exhaustive coverage of the show over on the ever-popular Speedhunters blog. Check it out here. Even Simon Holme’s shonky Mk2 Cortina makes an appearence. Oh dear.
We’re back from Ford Fair, burnt, broken and bankrupt but smiling. Here’s a few shots from the show — for more, check out the full report in the October issue, on sale September 20.
Are you rebuilding or restoring your classic Ford project on your driveway, the street, or even your back garden? We want to see it! Email photos and details to email@example.com, or show us what you’ve got over on the Classic Ford forum. Thanks!
Love your Taunus Fords? Then check out this Flickr photoset of the Alt Ford Freunde club meet up which took place at the Ford plant in Cologne, Germany this month.
Ford is celebrating its British roots each week with a specially-selected picture.
This year’s show was possibly the best yet. If you missed it, check out the full report in the Summer issue of the magazine, on sale June 28. In the meantime, check out the gallery over on the official Classic Ford Show website.
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A couple of weeks back, we headed over to the west of Ireland to cover the Irish Escort Club‘s annual Clare Run. The full report is in the June issue of the magazine, but in the meantime, check out some of snapper, Paddy McGrath‘s superb pics on Speedhunters.
We celebrate Ford’s British roots each week with a specially-selected picture.